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Tripura, Nagaland and Meghalaya results: Who are the winners?

Tripura, Nagaland and Meghalaya results: Who are the winners?

Tripura, Nagaland and Meghalaya results: Who are the winners?

Speaking at a press conference at 16:00 IST, Shah said that the BJP is working towards ending Congress' and the Left Front's misrule across the country and that the party's golden period will only begin after victories in Kerala, Karnataka and West Bengal.

The outcome of assembly elections in three north-eastern states - the BJP (with ally IPFT) won a majority in Tripura, wrested power in Nagaland (with the NDPP) and consolidated base in Meghalaya - will send out a positive signal to the market, which is bracing for a spike in volatility with a host of crucial state polls lining up.

Yechury's stand on CPI-M tie-up with the Congress to take on the Bharatiya Janata Party was outvoted at the Central Committee meeting. Of the 39 seats won by the LF, the CPI (M) alone had bagged 37 while the other two seats fell into the kitty of its ally, the Revolutionary Socialist Party (RSP).

Earlier, Shah expressed confidence that the BJP's target of "Mission 120 plus" in the 2019 assembly elections of 147 seats in Odisha would become fruitful as "the people of Odisha have mentally prepared to throw out the BJD government". Its ally IPFT, which fielded candidates in nine seats, got almost 8 per cent votes. "Now it is a question of looking at people who would like to look at common agenda acceptable to the state's people and come together", outgoing Chief Minister Mukul Sangma told IANS. "After winning Tripura and Nagaland, the number states where the BJP is in power will go up to 21", he said. Under his leadership the region is no more neglected and marching ahead in all development spheres.

Over 92 per cent (excluding 50,700 postal ballots) of Tripura's over 25 lakh voters cast their votes on February 18 in a peaceful election, setting a new record in India's electoral history.

Modi called the Tripura win an "epoch-making", historic, and called the election results extraordinary.

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# In Tripura, BJP and allies won all 20 tribal seats. The incumbent CPI (M), which had won 49 seats with a 48 per cent vote share in 2013, has been reduced to 19 seats with 43.6 per cent vote share.

In Meghalaya, the ruling Congress party is leading, followed by National People's Party (NPP) in the 60-member Meghalaya Assembly.

Poor strategising and complete disconnect from the ground of its strategists, including Congress general secretary in charge of the state C.P. Joshi only made matters worse.

Amid the saffron surge in North East, Meghalaya threw up a hung Assembly.

"We are hopeful that we will be able to form the government". Elections were held in the state for 59 seats due to the death of a CPI-M candidate.

In its statement on the result, the CPM said, "The verdict will lead to the formation of a BJP-IPFT alliance government in the state".

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